Todd Michael Detwiler is an American illustrator and graphic designer living in New York City. He hails from Pennsylvania, east of Gettysburg and just north of the Mason Dixon.
As a designer, Todd had a successful career as an editorial art director working for Rolling Stone, Czech InStyle, Maxim, Men's Health, and many other national titles. In 2014 he lead the redesign of Popular Science, rebranding the 143 year old magazine with a modern look, logo, and social avatar.
Through the use of clean lines with varied thicknesses, Todd creates accessible graphic illustrations that communicate quickly and with purpose. He loves to add humor when appropriate, or better yet when not appropriate. His work is largely commercial and often highly technical, focusing on popular culture and modern themes.
His work has been recognized by Creative Review, ASME, the Society of Publication Design, PDN, and coverjunkie.com.
Todd is always accepting new assignments, enjoys collaborating with new agencies and directors, and helping solve creative problems.
Wieden & Kennedy, Mazda, Rosetta, Mirrorball, DraftFCB, Metaleap Creative, Lowe's Hardware, , Euro RSCG
ESPN, Time, GQ, Gawker, Rolling Stone, Field & Stream, Men's Health, Washingtonian, Sports Illustrated, Playboy, InStyle, Golf Digest, Hollywood Reporter, Car & Driver, Harvard Business Review, and many more.